Re: Movie File screen captures to .jpg or .gif?
In article <email@example.com>, Elson
> How do I make a frame of a .mov/.mpg/.wma file into a .jpg or .gif? I tried
> the "print screen" capture and cropping the Windows Media Player screen but
> it turns out black. What program should I use?
Why go to another program?
The player that is displaying that movie file is the one that must
perform the capture command; just check the menus, as they should all
Unless Microsoft decided WMP shouldn't do that, in which case you
should just try another player!
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